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Poll: do you use EQ/DSP, and if so what kind of system is it used on.

Do you use EQ or DSP in your system.

  • Yes

    Votes: 92 84.4%
  • No

    Votes: 17 15.6%

  • Total voters
    109

srsxmi

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No - I never use it.
I try to ensure my speakers suit the room.
The problem is, I have tons of music, and some tracks need more/less bass and some need more/less treble or other room-relevant adjustments.
So, I go for a happy medium, and listen contentedly rather than fiddle all the time - those people are more interested in listening to the HiFi than listening to the music!

I do however have a support request/ improvent idea out with Cambridge Audio for my modest Mid-Fi Evo 75, which is to allow tone control preferences to be set and "pinned" for each of - headphones or speaker outputs. Not hard to follow what I'm asking for. This is because all headphones I've tried (dozens), except IEMs, are always too bright. I blame Harman - it's just wrong!
Translating the request/improvement idea: sounds like you want to have equalizations for a variety of HPs and speakers built into your Evo 75.
 

tvih

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System setup is as per signature. Using the EQ to correct room problems, which are plentiful especially in the bass region in this concrete box - using a sub was impossible prior to getting the measurement mic and EQ, which is why I'm hitting myself daily for not getting the mic 10 years ago like I intended to, instead of this year.

"Subjective preference" plays a part to the extent that I'm EQ:ing roughly according to an Harman curve of sorts, so there's roughly a +5 dB low shelf filter and minor treble damping. Works great for me!
 
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